CTSA Visiting Scholars Program - Circadian Rhythms and Cardiovascular Risk

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Almost all cardiovascular variables that have been assessed at different times of day and night in humans have been found to have a day/night pattern, including blood pressure heart rate, and vascular endothelial function. These patterns result from the summation of predictable circadian effects with variable behavioral (e.g. sleep, exercise, and meal intake) and environmental (e.g. temperature) effects on the CV system. Effects of the endogenous circadian system on the CV system are discussed along with clinical implications.

This presentation will be given by Saurabh Thosar, PhD, from Oregon Health & Science University.

Registration required to receive meeting link. Submit request: https://surveys.mayoclinic.org/jfe/form/SV_3UyNKpIp5ozX6fQ

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- Add to Calendar 2021-03-18 13:00:00 2021-03-18 14:00:00 CTSA Visiting Scholars Program - Circadian Rhythms and Cardiovascular Risk

Almost all cardiovascular variables that have been assessed at different times of day and night in humans have been found to have a day/night pattern, including blood pressure heart rate, and vascular endothelial function. These patterns result from the summation of predictable circadian effects with variable behavioral (e.g. sleep, exercise, and meal intake) and environmental (e.g. temperature) effects on the CV system. Effects of the endogenous circadian system on the CV system are discussed along with clinical implications.

This presentation will be given by Saurabh Thosar, PhD, from Oregon Health & Science University.

Registration required to receive meeting link. Submit request: https://surveys.mayoclinic.org/jfe/form/SV_3UyNKpIp5ozX6fQ

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